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Spa Removers

Deck Removal Services


Broken decks that are unstable are not only a hazard, but they could also be a risk to others. If you thought the deck must go, then you are most likely right. Give Spa Removers a call to come out and review how we can help safely, carefully, and quickly remove your deck or word scrap so you can prepare to create a safe alternative. Find out why we are the best deck removal experts in California, USA.

Fast & Stress-Free Deck Removal Service

Don’t wait until someone a family member or a friend gets hurt. Doing it yourself, while it sounds like the cheaper alternative, can come with the consequences of injury, and certainly takes a lot of time out of your day. Spa Removers is the perfect team to help you tackle this project, give us a call, we won’t let you down!

How It’s Done

Deck removal can be very labor-intensive. There are several things to consider when removing a deck.

  • We can tear off the entire thing, pull up the posts, or even just have them cut off at the base. It depends on your needs.
  • We’re willing to discuss your options with you and give you our recommendations if you need them.
  • If you are just replacing the deck, it’s best to pull up the posts to utilize the holes for new posts to be put in.
  • However, if you’re on a tight budget and just need help to haul off your old deck, we can do that as well.

What Types of Filters Swimming Pool ?

There are three types of filters available: D.E. filters, cartridge filters, and sand filters. But when used properly, any of the three will do its job of keeping your pool clean and clear.

D.E. Filter Cleanings

D.E. filters can filter particles as small as 3-5 microns. D.E. particles are hollow with high porosity, which makes an excellent filter media, however, what makes it great can also make it a nightmare.

Cartridge Filters

Cartridge filters use a paper-type cartridge as the filter media. The cartridge filters can capture particles as small as 10-20 microns. These filters do not require backwashing, allowing you to save water and help run an energy-efficient pool.

Sand Filters

Sand filters are the most popular type of filter because they are considered to be the easiest to own and maintain. They use specially graded sand as the filter media and capture particles that are 20-40 microns in size.